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December 20, 1991 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-12-20

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volunteers to three different
Veterans Administration
hospitals across the state —
in Grand Rapids, Ann Arbor
and Allen Park. They will
play bingo and bring
presents to the patients.
• Temple Emanu-El is
sending 20 young volunteers
to Carl's Chop House, which
traditionally serves a
Christmas dinner to or-
phans, elderly and the
needy. The volunteers will
help serve the meal.
• The Young Adult Divi-
sion of the Jewish Federa-
tion of Metropolitan Detroit
is sending close to 30 vol-
unteers to St. Leo's Parish
soup kitchen. The soup kit-
chen has never been open
before on Christmas Day
and is expecting to serve
about 200 needy people.
• Temple Israel's
Brotherhood is sending
about 80 to St. Patrick's
Church to cook and serve a
dinner for the elderly and
homeless. Also, temple vol-
unteers will fill in for
staffers at the South Oak-
land Shelter on Christmas
Eve.
• Volunteer Impact, a
secular volunteer clearing
house, will put together and
deliver over 4,000 meals for
Meals on Wheels. The meals
are intended for home-bound
elderly.
• Temple Beth El's
Brotherhood will volunteer
at St. Mary's of Livonia.
• Several Jewish Federa-
tion divisions will be reliev-
ing non-Jewish staff at many
local Jewish agencies. El

If you are visited by pain,
examine your conduct.

Talmud

Early
Deadlines

Printing and postal
schedules will force The
Jewish News to have ear-
ly deadlines for the issue
of Dec. 27 and for Jan. 3.

Dec. 27 deadlines:
Local news, noon Thurs-
day, Dec. 19.
Display ads, 5 p.m.
Thursday, Dec. 19.
Classified ads, noon Fri-
day, Dec. 20.

Jan. 3 deadlines:
Local news, noon Thurs-
day, Dec. 26.
Display ads, 5 p.m.
Thursday, Dec. 26.
Classified ads, noon Fri-
day, Dec. 27.

Mailed materials should
be sent early because of
slow seasonal delivery.

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new heart... new life.

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